Image taken on September 2, 2018 by the CaSSIS camera aboard the joint ESA-Roscosmos ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter mission of the Ariadne Colles region at 34º south latitude.
The peculiarity of this photo lies in the high number of dark tracks, here interpreted as the traces left by a myriad of dust devils “perhaps” present during this year’s global storm.
Too bad that no one has yet published photos of dust devils taken during this storm, despite an active lander on the ground (Curiosity) and several orbiters intent to monitor the storm itself!

If instead they were of the same nature of recurring slope lineae (RSL)?

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